THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, NOV'EMBER 8, 1923
America"; and R. B. Hall on the "Silk Trade of- China". Graduate stu-
dents and others interested are invited. K. C. McMiiry.
There will be a meeting of the Mathematics Staff of the College of Lit-
erature, Science, and the Arts on Thursday, November 8th at 4 p. in. in
Room 110, Tappan Hall. J. L. Markley.
Electrical Engineering 2A:
Thursday afternoon, Mr. Miller's group will meet at 1 p. m. Mr. Bull's
group will meet at 3 p. m. A. L. Miller, H. S. Bull.
Students in the Spanish Department:
The first lecture to be given by La Sociedad Hispanica will be given
this evening in Room 203 Tappan Hall at 7:30 p. m. The subject will be
"Mexico After 16 Years" and will be delivered in Spanish.
M. A. Peterson, President.
Our meeting will be held at 7:30 this evening in our rooms in University
Hall. The question for debate will be resolved: "that the University build-
ings should be open to the free discussion of all scholarly subjects." Visit-
ors may speak for two minutes each on this subject.
Elmer Salzman, President.
Mummers Society is ,to present a one-act play at the Friday afternoon
party, Nov. 9, at Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Dancing and refreshments in
Barbour Gymnasium will follow the play. Music by a five piece Michigan
Union orchestra. All girls are cordially invited.
Helen J. Delbridge, President.
Women's Education Club:
All women students interested in forming a Women's Education Club
are asked to meet in Room 206, Tappan Hall, Thursday, November Sth, at
4:05 o'clock. C. 0. Davis.
Gun and Blade Club:
A smoker will be enjoyed at 7:30, Thursday evening, November 8, at
Lane Hall. All trainees of the United States Veterans Bureau on the cam-
pus are invited. Graduates who have belonged are honorary members and
are also invited. Eats! Speaker-Professor Thomas H. Reed of the Polit-
ical Science Department. Soloist-Mr. Barre Hill.
J. L. Champayne.
Tryouts for Players Club's next presentation on December 12th will
be held Thursday November 8th from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock in Room 205 Mason
Hall. "Tickless Time" a one-act play by Susan Glaspell and George Cram
Cook, and one other one-act play, the title to be announced, will be given.
All members and others interested are cordially invited to try out at' this
time. Non-members may apply for membership -at the same timethey try
out. Stacy R. Black, President.
2 to 5 o'clock every afternoon except It's tru. effic:ency to use Daily
WHAT'S GOING ON
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7:00 a.m.-Holy Communion ii :Wi-
liam's Memorial chapel, Harris hall.
12:00-Culver club picture taken at
Spedding's. : AT LAST!
5:30--Student Christian association ,
cabinet meets at the home of Har-
old Coffman, 1101 Olivia avenue. We Will Show
7:30-Alpha Nau meets on fourth floor,::
University hall. i
8:00-Play production class presents ' sC
three one-act plays at University fol
4:15.-Meeting of American Chemical'' ALLENEL HOTEL
society in Chemical amphitheater. ;
4:00-3lummers dramatic organization
of Women's League will give Shaw's WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21
"How He Lied to Her Husband," in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. ,
7:30-Polonia club meets in Lane hall. Nat Luxenberg & Bros.
8:00-Gay McLaren will act in "Enter
Madame" in Hill auditorium. NEW YORK
Te Ann Arbor Ar assocIatIon an- A your friends in any Eastern college
nounces an exhibition of famous about LUXENBERG clothes and values.
paintings in Alumni Memorial hall
Nov. 5 to Nov. 12. The exhibition :
will be free to the public.
Seniors who have not yet obtained
their photographers' receipts must
do so as soon as possible. The - -- -
Michiganensian office is open from
ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION PROGRAM
THE IRRESISTIBLE COMEDY
Churchill May Run for Parliament
London, Nov. 7.-Political circles are
buzzing with a rumor that Winston
Churchill has been asked to run forf
Parliament as an Asquith Liberal can-
ldate to succeed former Premier Bon-
ar Law. Churchill belongs to the I
Lloyd George faction of the Liberals. ]
It may be a move to reunite the fac-
Daily classified for real results.
Countess Begins Campaign
Leamington, Eng., Nov. 7. - The
Countess of Warwick, Socialist, open-
ed her campaign for Parliament at a
fashionably attended nieet/ng. She
wore a beautiful black satin dress, fine
furs, long diamond earrings, and red-
heeled shoes. Few of the proletariat
were in attendance.
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